Recalling Gandhi’s memorable summary of seven deadly sins, the following is a summary in similar style of a brief reflection on intolerance given at the Trivandrum conference on a Gandhian Alternative to a World Without Terrorism and War in February 2002.
A letter written by Mahatma Gandhi on December 24, 1940.
By M. P. Mathai: Rising Awareness, Chronic Inertia, The ecological crisis we confront today has been analyzed from various angles and scientific data on the state of our environment made available.
A lecture delivered at Peninsula College by Wesley Cecil Ph.D. on the the life and philosophy of William James. This is part of the Modern Philosophers lecture series.
William James (1904) ‘Thoughts’ and ‘things’ are names for two sorts of object, which common sense will always find contrasted and will always practically oppose to each other. Philosophy, reflecting on the contrast, has varied in the past in her explanations of it, and may be expected to vary in the future.
Taking into account the specific cultural environments of the Spiritist Movement in the USA and Brazil, we present below 20 questions that were asked Dr. William James, the eminent American physician, psychologist and philosopher whom departed the material plane in 1910.
by William James (1842-1910) Humanism is a ferment that has “come to stay.” It is not a single hypothesis of theorem, and it dwells on no new facts. It is rather a slow shifting in the philosophic perspective, making things appear as from a new center of interest or point of sight.
Robert D. Richardson presented at the William James Symposium, Chocorua, New Hampshire, on the 100th anniversary of the death of William James, August, 2010.
Lecture by Prof. Richard Rorty discussing William James.
by Maria Popova: References philosopher William James writings on Habit from 1887. “We are spinning our own fates, good or evil, and never to be undone. Every smallest stroke of virtue or of vice leaves its never so little scar.”